And what they have to say about it.
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Amy Schumer and Meghan Tonjes take a stand against a culture that glorifies food but vilifies anyone who's not thin and eats it.
Because being curvy has nothing to do with porn.
"I was exhausted, I was ravenous, and I was embarrassed. I was 5'10" and 129.9 pounds."
The badass hammer thrower gets real about her naked ESPN shoot and how her weight has affected her sport.
The featured athletes embrace their bodies in jaw-dropping photos—and share their best inspirational quotes.
Yes, of course that celeb looks amazing in her gym selfie. But doesn't everyone look amazing on Instagram?
One writer shares how getting rid of this one item changed her life.
The #dadbods meme celebrates the very average bodies of men in fatherhood—but why are women are left out of the love?
Check out the latest positive body image-promoting new ad campaigns from brands like Dove and Lane Bryant.
Pretty should not be our first priority.
Leandra Medine issues a response to the man who called her "ugly as f*%$,"—and it is simply perfect.
No surprise: Men and women have very (very) different ideas of what makes up an “ideal” female body.
And this sixth-grader can teach you a lot about being business-savvy! Get her tips and more news about working women.
The creators promise that the app will help you look and feel better about yourself, but we're not buying it.
Whether your self-esteem has been in hibernation or you’ve had a bad day, these tips will help you see how amazing you are, stat.
Free People, DKNY, and Carrie Hammer are all doing it.
Sure, fame comes with a price, but we think these stars deal with a disproportionate amount of body scrutiny. Too fat...too thin...too curvy...what gives?!
Beauty may not be ageless after all. When it comes to looks, everything goes downhill after 27, according to new data.
Sports Illustrated's iconic Swimsuit Edition hits newsstands on Tuesday, and its latest choice of cover star has people talking--and not in a positive way.